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  • Scholarships
    scholarships are available for 2 and 3 years for up to 17 000 per year to qualified applicants The application window opens December 1st and closes in early March It is important that you notify the ROTC department at your university as soon as possible to increase your chances of completing the application on time Applications are available by calling 1 800 334 4111 ext 1590 Three Year Scholarship Criteria Be a U S citizen Be between the ages of 17 and 26 Have a high school GPA of at least 2 50 Have a high school diploma or equivalent Score a minimum of 920 on the SAT math verbal or 19 on the ACT excluding the required writing test scores Meet physical standards Agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Duty or in a Reserve Component Army Reserve or Army National Guard Interested in a Three year Scholarship Click here to find out more Two Year Scholarship Criteria Be a U S citizen Be between the ages of 17 and 26 Have a high school GPA of at least 2 50 Have a high school diploma or equivalent Score a minimum of 920 on the SAT math verbal or 19 on the ACT excluding the required writing test scores Meet physical standards Agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Duty or in a Reserve Component Army Reserve or Army National Guard Interested in a Two Year Scholarship Click here to find out more PMS Incentive Scholarships Professor of Military Science PMS Incentive Scholarships are the same as the On Campus Scholarships but are controlled by the PMS at each school Each PMS recommends two 2 year and two 3 year scholarships to the most qualified applicants Traditionally these scholarships

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  • Green to Gold
    applying to The application window opens 15 November and closes March 15th for the following fall semester For more information on the Green to Gold Scholarship option click here For information on receiving a Green to Gold Hip Pocket Scholarship from your Division Commander click here For information on the Green to Gold Non Scholarship option click here Green to Gold Active Duty Option ADO The ADO is a highly competitive program offered to enlisted Soldiers who are currently on Active Duty and wish to become a Commissioned Officer in the United States Army For more information on the Active Duty Option click here Green to Gold Criteria GT Score of 110 or greater Eligible for reenlistment Have a favorable recommendation from your commander Have not completed a baccalaureate degree Meet General Eligibility Criteria For more complete information visit Cadet Command s Green to Gold web site by clicking here General Eligibility Criteria Be under 31 years of age on 31 December of the year you are commissioned and receive a baccalaureate degree Waiver for non scholarship cadets can be granted to age 35 at commissioning baccalaureate degree Have no moral obligation against performing military duties Have no more than

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  • Nurse Program
    receive financial assistance for college Nursing majors compete for 2 3 or 4 year scholarships ROTC enhances your undergraduate nursing education or graduate nursing education by providing the unique leadership and management training along with the practical experience needed for success either in the Army or in a civilian career You will develop your professional skills while you learn some meaningful things about yourself and what you can accomplish You will also develop leadership skills self confidence flexibility and adaptability while having fun As an ROTC nurse cadet you will be able to combine college electives in military science and invaluable nurse summer training experience with your nursing program After obtaining your baccalaureate degree and meeting the prerequisites you will receive a commission as an Army Nurse Corps ANC officer Once you have identified your assignment choices you will be ready to take on the challenges of your profession in one of the Army hospitals in the U S Germany or Korea As an officer you ll have the opportunity to lead advance professionally obtain specialized training work with the latest medical technology and serve with other highly trained medical personnel as an important member of the health care profession

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  • Courses
    the MSCI II year significant experience can be gained in a multitude of areas and participation in the labs is highly encouraged The focus continues to build on developing knowledge of the leadership attributes and core leader competencies through the understanding of Army rank structure and duties as well as broadening knowledge of land navigation and squad tactics Case studies will provide a tangible context for learning the Soldier s Creed and Warrior Ethos Fall semester only 1 hr MSCI 202 3 3 4 Land Navigation and Tactics MSCI 202 examines the challenges of leading teams in the complex operational environment The course highlights dimensions of terrain analysis patrolling and operation orders The key learning objective of this semester is to explore leadership incorporating terrain analysis tactical strategies and team development Critical thinking skills will continue to be the focus of MSIC 202 along with further study of the theoretical basis of the Army Leadership Requirements Model explores the dynamics of adaptive leadership in the context of military operations MSCI 202 prepares Cadets for MSCI 301 Cadets develop greater self awareness as they assess their own leadership styles and practice communication and team building skills Case studies give insight into the importance and practice of teamwork and tactics in real world scenarios Spring semester only 1 hr MSCI 221 3 3 0 Leader s Training Course An intensive practical application of leadership and military skills to satisfy basic course requirements MSCI 101 and 102 Conducted at Fort Knox KY for approximately six weeks Summer only Military Science Level III MSCI 301 3 3 2 Unit Level Command Response MSCI 301 Cadets are challenged to study practice and evaluate adaptive team leadership skills as they are presented with the demands of the ROTC Cadet Leadership Course CLC Challenging scenarios related to small unit tactical operations are used to develop self awareness and critical thinking skills Cadets will receive systematic and specific feedback on their leadership abilities The overall objective of this course is to integrate the principles and practices of effective leadership military operations and personal development in order to adequately prepare students for the summer Leader Development and Assessment Course LDAC Fall semester only 1 hr MSCI 302 3 3 4 Terrain Analysis MSCI 302 uses increasingly intense situational leadership challenges to build cadet awareness and skills in leading small units Skills in decision making persuading and motivating team members when under fire are explored evaluated and developed Aspects of military operations are reviewed as a means of preparing for the ROTC Cadet Leadership Course CLC Cadets are expected to apply basic principles of the Law of Land Warfare Army training and motivation to troop leading procedures Emphasis is also placed on conducting military briefings and developing proficiency in Garrison operation orders MSCI 302 Cadets are evaluated on what they know and do as leaders and will analyze and apply leadership principles to complex and varied Army operations Spring semester only 1 hr MSCI 321 3 3 0 Applied Military

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  • Cadre
    525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade where she served as the Brigade Assistant Strength Manager 2011 2012 During that assignment she deployed to Afghanistan in 2011 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom serving as Brigade Assistant Strength Manager She attended the Adjutant General Corps Captains Career Course in 2012 and then was assigned to 1st Battalion 309th Regiment 174th Infantry Brigade and served as the Battalion S1 Adjutant for an AC RC unit until she received orders from Cadet Command as an Assistant Professor of Military Science Future Goals While assigned to the Campbell University Army ROTC Program I will use my Family s foundational philosophy to mold and prepare Cadets America s Tomorrow Today I shall attain my master s degree in Human Resources and or Social Work I look forward to continuously serving my Family and community I also plan on completing a successful 20 year military career SFC Torin Hammond Senior Military Instructor Fayetteville State University Army ROTC thammon5 uncfsu edu 910 672 2178 SFC Torin Hammond a native of New England enlisted into the Army in 1998 as an Infantryman He is a graduate of the 7th Army Non Commissioned Officer Academy in Grafenwoehr Germany Basic and Advanced

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  • Camps
    a leadership oriented challenging and motivating 5 week training program at Fort Knox Kentucky MSL321 Cadet Leadership Course The Cadet Leadership Course conducted at Fort Knox Kentucky provides the best possible professional training and evaluation for all cadets Set this same example for cadets in all aspects of camp life administration and logistical support Although the camp mission includes continued training and leadership development the primary focus at camp is

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  • Army ROTC Scholarship Fund
    now offers scholarships to hard working cadets who demonstrate financial need The Army ROTC Scholarship Fund is supported solely by your donations Every dollar you give helps young cadets strive to succeed in academics and ROTC training so they can become successful Army officers who serve and protect our nation Help make better future leaders for our country Click here to donate today Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road

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  • Army Links
    classmates through adventure training down a river in a raft or up a mountain wall In addition experienced cadets receive senior leadership positions within the organization and are charged with the training and development of new cadets Q Is there a military obligation during college A During the first two years ROTC cadets have no military obligation or the first year in the case of scholarship winners Q What is the ROTC course comprised of A The ROTC program is divided into phases The Basic Course studies Army history organization and structure The techniques and principles of leadership and management are stressed throughout The Advanced Course concentrates on tactical operations and military instruction as well as advanced techniques of management leadership and command Q Does Army ROTC offer scholarships A Yes Each year hundreds of students attending colleges nationwide receive ROTC scholarships ROTC awards them to students studying science engineering nursing business as well as a variety of other majors Q How often are Army ROTC scholarships awarded A Scholarships are awarded once a year Students apply by November 15 and selections are made continuously thru May 15 Four year scholarship applications must be requested between March 1 and November

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